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Listen Here! I Hear Of Sherlock Everywhere
21 December, 2018

Listen Here! I Hear Of Sherlock Everywhere

We're accustomed to seeing Sherlock Holmes on the printed page, screen, stage and even the Internet as a course of regularity. But it isn't all that often we have an opportunity to see an entire exhibition dedicated to Sherlock Holmes.

Amy Noble Seitz and Geoffrey Curley join us to discuss how their respective teams at Exhibits Development Group and Geoffrey Curley + Associates collaborated with the Arthur Conan Doyle Estate and other Sherlock Holmes experts to put together the International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes.

The exhibition has been traveling the world for the last five years or so, and it is now at Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Toward the end of the episode (click below to listen) you'll find the latest Canonical Couplet. See if you can figure out the story we're referring to, and you might win a prize – you don't need to be a Patron of the Arts – every listener is eligible to participate! (But we could still use your support.)

I Hear Of Sherlock Everywhere

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